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QUALITY FIRST
Honest
Values
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Ewers-McCarthy Co's
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19ie only store in Keokuk selling
'ATT, WOOL suits exclusively.
Most men know that we carry the
finest clothing sold in Keokuk and
give the best values for the money.
Every new model
Every new fabric
Mens* and Young Mens* Suits
$12 to $25
Dollar Day Specials
8 palest 50c silk sox $1.00
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75c/anion suits. $1.00
$1-00 reduction oneach mans' suit
ia actr "window.
nmnber given with each purchase on the
chOd*s "Bine Bullet" automobile on display,
Ewers-McCarthy Co.
Ask Any Well Dressed Man
A Window Full
BARGAINS
Saturday Only
Unusual Values
RENAUD'S
JEWELRY STORE
EXTRA SPECIAL
Cleaning and Pressing for 60 cents a
Suit
Hiitfk this over and it don't cost you -anything if yon are not satis
fled with our work. The right place to clean your Straw and
Panama Hats.
(Highest grade material, finest workmanship and prices an low as
possible in oar shoe repairing. We carry a fall line of rubber heels.
Star Cleaners & Shoe Repairing Co.
Stewart Asparagus
We will receive a ship
mentof this fine asparagus
mthemorning. Be sure and
give us your order early.
THE CHOICE OF 8P RfNQ-VEGETABLES AT
IMMEGART
Phone 43 THE QUALITY GROCER 706 Main
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CITY NEWS.
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—Dollar day tomorrow.
—Fresh eggs, Tigue's, 21c. 922 Main.
—The Gate City will take good care
of your Job printing orders.
—We never sleep, you'll think it
tomorrow, Dollar day. Lowizt.
Free aluminum ware Saturday.
Edw. DeYong, Fifth and Palean.
—Don't let the weather keep you
away from the Dollar day bargains
—Unitarian market tomorrow at
Keokuk Electric Co, Eighth and Main.
—Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Flood were
informed today that their son, Joseph
Flood, who has been critically ill in
Chicago, is very much improved.
—Free °nminnm ware Saturday
Hdw. DeYong, Fifth and Palean.
—Ewers-McCarthy Co. show the
most complete stock of men's under
wear in Keokuk.
—Spend Sunday on Str. Daouqne
to Burlington and return. XiV. 9:80
a. m. Adults 75c.
"Shorty" Rowland, who was ar
rested last night charged with being
drunk, pleaded not guilty in the
superior court this morning.
—A vote for H. D. Lowenstein for
constable, republican primary, will be
appreciated.—Advertisement.
—Coffee demonstration and free
aluminum ware Saturday. Edw. De
Yong, Fifth and Palean.
—Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morgan
at the home of Mrs. Morgan's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Wright, a
son, Friday morning, May 26.
!$$ spent at Sayller's shoe hos
pital brings best results. 1120 Mam.
—Lowitz* bargains produce the
smile that won't come off tomorrow,
Dollar day.
—On Dollar day at A. P. J. Ewers,'
one No. 6 pail of pure butcher's kettle
rendered lard and 4 lbs. of sugar
for ^1.00.
Keokuk merchants are offering
exceptional bargains tomorrow. Read
the advertisements and then make
arrangements to do your shopping
early.
—The registrars for the state pri
mary and special eleilion will be in
session until 9 o'clock this evening
Be sure your name is on the regis
tration books. Primary election Mon
day, June 6.
Wear Emery guaranteed Cast
color shirts, $1.00 to 96.00. Ewers-Mc
Carthy Co.
—Young men, bring your sweet
hearts old men, bring your wives
and come to the Dairy lunch Sonday,
May 28, and eat chicken dinner.
—'High class excursion to "Parting
ton and return S«nday on Str. Du
buque. IJr. 9:30 a. m. Adults 76c.
—Regular meeting of Evening Star
temple No. 264. Pythian Sisters, at
K. P. hall, Friday evening at 7r30.
Visiting members invited. Mrs. Min
nie B. King, M. E. C. Maude M. Hot
nish, M. ofE.AO.
—The athletic meet that the Y. M.
A. had arranged to stage here on
Memorial day, has been called off. in
accordance with the spirit of the day.
It will be held at a later time.
Don't die, even if yon are tickled
to death with Lowtta* bargains to
morrow.
There are many eatables
added to the frtrtt and vegetable mar
ket of this week, both shipped and
home. The home grown supply of
fruits vegetables is rapidly in
creasing.
—High grade-tailoring correctly cut
and Skilfully made. Cleaning and re
pairing. Pelz, 719 Main.
In flrfi evening's issue and In the
Thursday evening issue numerous
Dollar day bargain advertisements ap
pear. Be sure and consult both issues
before starting out on your Dollar day
shopping tour.
_jnst think, 13 lbs. granulated
sugar for $1-00 at A. P. J. Ewers, on
Dollar day. Cheaper than you can
buy in cahload lots.
—The body of Mrs. H. W. Rothert,
wife of the former Keokuk mayor,
who died several months ago in
Council Bluffs, la., will no tarrive here
tomorrow as announced several days
ago. A letter was received today by
I S Ackley from Mr. Rothert stating
that the date for the removal of the
remains to Keokuk had not been defi
nitely set.
—Spend Sunday on Str. Dubuque
to Burlington and return. Lv. 9:30
a. m. Adults 76c.
Pucketchetuck lodge No. 43 meets
every Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock.
C. W. Randall, N. G.: George W. Im
megart, permanent secretary. Nom
ination of officers.
—Ft Madison Gem City: One
change in politics was noted in the
county this year, through the filing
of an affidavit at the office of the
county auditor at this city, previous
to the coming primaries. The repub
lican party added another to ita fold
through the changing of the politics
of Henry Pechstein, a well known
resident of Keokuk and who for years
has been a prominent working demo
crat. Dissatisfaction with the present
administration was declared by Mr.
Pechstein as the cause of his change.
defy any customer to leave my
store without a broad smile tomor
row. Lowitz. Dollar day.
—Ft. Madison Democrat: Miss Min
nie Rose, chief operator at the local
telephone central station, is at Dav
enport attending the southeastern
Iowa district meeting of chief opera
tors. Thirty-five members are in
session from all over the district,
which extends from Keokuk and Ot
tuxnwa to Waterloo. Sessions are held
in the Iowa telephone building. J. P.
Mason, district traffic chief and for
merly of this city, is presiding and
special pttention is being paid to loctil
and toll problems. One day's work i3
given over to toll work instructions
and another to local work. Mi.-d
Shivers of Keokuk and Miss I 'nne
roan of Burlington are also attending
the sessions.
a# FOR AND GET
the highest qoajjty
SPAGHETTI
I as PACE RECIPE BOOK FREE
SKINNER MFO. CO., OMAHA. UAfc
I LAB6EST MACAJtOMI MCTOST IN AMERICA
THE DAILY GATE CITY AND CONSTITUTION-DEMOCRAT
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50c Neckwear, three
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10 Linen or Soft Collars,
newest sl^a^ses
The Home of
Hart, Schaffner &
Marx Fine Clothes
HOME TEA CO.
DOLLAR DAY
SPECIALS
5 pounds Wanda 30c coffee 91.00
4 pounds Blend 36c
coffee 1.00
9% pounds Mooa Java Blend
40c coffee 1.00
Telephone orders before 8 o'clock
Aluminum Ware Speciak
4 quart kettle .$1.00
a quart rice cooker 1.00
10 quart preserving kettle .. 1.00
6 a in 1 0 0
Home Tea Co.
Telephone 246. 716 Main
CITY NEWSL
—An unusual showing of the new
styles in straw hats at Ewers-Mc
Carthy Co.'s.
—On Dollar day at A. P. J. Ewers,'
one No. 3 pail of pure butcher's kettle
rendered lard and 7 lbs. of sugar
for $1.00.
—High class excursion to Burling
ton and return Sunday on Str. Du
buque. l»v. 9:80 a. m. Adults 76c.
—Be sure and get down town early
tomorrow and take advantage of the*
Dollar day bargains offered by Keo-1
kuk merchants.
—Uhler and Lovelace, managers for
the Illinois Bankers Lifs, have
promptly paid to Mra. Henry Rein
and Mrs. John Clair, SI,000 life insur
ance policies.
—Just think, 13 lbs. granulated
sugar for $1.00 at A P. J. Ewei-s,' on
Dollar day. Cheaper than you can
buy in carload lots.
—Rev. Dr. P. A. Haydon preached
a sermon at the Pilgrim's Rest Bap
tist church last evening, using for his
subject Luke 24-32. "Walking With
Christ." Dr. Haydon will remain in
Keokuk over Sunday and will preach
tonight and Sunday at this church.
His subject tonight jvill be "Harness
the Forces." Services commence at 8
o'clock sharp. The public is cordially
invited to attend each service.
—Our stock includes everything
that is correct in straw hats. Ewers
McCarthy Co.
—'High class excursion to Burling
ton and return Sunday on Str. Du
buque. Lv. 9:30 a. m. Adults 75c.
MCALLISTER TO GIVE
GRADUATING SERMON
Pastor of Local Church to Speak to
La Grange College Class on
8unday Morning.
Rev. F. B. McAllister, pastor of the
First Baptist church of this city will
go to Grange college to pseach the
baccaiavreate sermon to the large
graduating class on Sunday morning.
Dr Ransom Harvey, dean of the col
lege, will be here to supply for the
pastor at the morning service. Dr.
Harvey will atso speak ta the yoong
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POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
I wish to announce my candidacy
for the office of county auditor on the
republican ticket at the June pri
maries.
CLARENCE HULL.
I wish to announce my candidacy
for the office of county recorder on
the democratic ticket at the June 6th
primary and will appreciate the votes
of members of the party.
F. A. RUMIBAUGH.
I wish to announce my candidacy
for the office of Justice of the peace
on the republican ticket, tor Keo
kuk Jackson township Inside, at the
June primaries.
AUGUST KHIXAtEJR.
I respectfully ask the suffrage of
the democratic voters of Lee county
for the nomiwrtion as ooanty treas
urer at the primaries to be held June
6th, 1916. W. RmMBOU.
I wish to announce myself aa a can
didate for state representative oa
the democratic ticketr and ask the
support of Lee county voters at the
primary, Monday, June 6, 1318.
CLARENCE! H. DDCKBY.
men's class at the Sunday school
hour.
In the evening Rev. McAllister an
nounces he will give the postponed
sermon, "Adam, Eve, and the Baby."
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*n» aged caretaker pf Trill aat"
Tomorrow, Saturday, May
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Do you want to save money? One Dollar off oil
Men's and Young Men's Suits of $10 or More.
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MtNSEBO/S C'JTF/TTEPS
Best by Test
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we hope to impress you so well tomorraw that yoii will
continue to patronize us.
3 Men's Athletic orcBalbriggan
Umon Suits
DOLLAR DAY ONLY
At All Keokuk Grocers
$1.25 worth of Hamill's Steel Cut Coffee and (JJ1
Palm Canned Goods «pl.vvf
Special Combination
3 lbs. Hamill's Steel Cut Coffee
1 Can Palm 15c Maine Corn
1 Can Palm 20c Supreme Stringless Beans
Dollar Day Only
TOD5AT, MAY 26,191®
27s,
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not only want ?your 1 rade|| Dollar
Day, we want it during all the year~and
$1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 ShirU,
slightly mussed from handling
Youths' Pants, narrow legs,
Values-to $3.50
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Munsing Union
Suits
Straw, Panama
and Bangkok Hats
SPECIAL!
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A non-scratching felt bound Fly
Swatter free with each purchase of
25c or over, while they last. Get
yours early.
Scott & O'Reilly
DRUGGISTS
600 MAIN
cemetery, at sunrise today, entered
the marble tomb of the late William
Kipp, capitalist, who recently killed
himself, to view the body of Kipp.
day at the same hour, for two
months, the body will be viewed.
This was Kipp's last request. He
feared that he might be buried alive.
When a poplar plank from Tennes
see was split open by Julius B. Bishop
of Bingham ton, N. Y„ int was found
to contain eighteen bullets, which,
from their shape and calibre, are
ANXW3LJE8, 2^-' thought to have becom® ^dded
{«n the tree durlas W
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BILLIARDS AND BOW LI NO. J
FOR SA1-S—Billiard tables, branff
new, carom and pocket, with complete
outfit, $126 second hand tables at re
duoed prices. Easy payments. Cigar
store, drug, delicatessen and sod*
fountain fixtures. The Brunswick
IBalke-CoUender Oo, Davenport, Iowa.
C. Sanders, agent, 219 Harrison SU,
A Chicago teacher says half the
boys In school need some treatment
to Increase their mental activity.
Unfortunately, parents neglect to ajf
the geadsd teaateMHtt, 4

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